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Opinions – 2/28/13: Maryland Court of Appeals

Civil Procedure Collateral attack in different circuit  BOTTOM LINE: Since circuit court did not possess jurisdiction to review, modify, or invalidate a final judgment entered by another circuit court, a final judgment could not be attacked collaterally in a subsequent proceeding filed in another circuit court that did not enter the original judgment. CASE: Kent Island, LLC v. ...

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